Mortgage and Finance Broker servicing Darch, Madeley, Landsdale and other suburbs in the Perth metropolitan area
If you are looking to purchase or refinance a property, business or vehicles, or simply want to consolidate debt, finding the right solution can be both time consuming and confusing.
By using the services of a mortgage and finance broker, you can compare hundreds of loan products, features and costs, to find a solution that works for you. This can save you both time and money.
Home loan pre-approval
A home loan pre-approval is a great way to ensure you know how much you can afford to pay for a property before you even start looking.
Paying the deposit
Most banks and lenders require a minimum deposit of up to 5 per cent of the value of the property you are purchasing.
Property investment can be a smart wealth creation strategy – but that doesn’t just mean finding the right property – it needs the right investment finance as well.
Refinancing an existing mortgage
There are a number of reasons when changing your mortgage conditions makes sense.
The most challenging part of any building or renovating project is organising the finance and managing the cash flow.
Self-employed and business finance
If you’re self-employed or run a small business there’s no reason securing a loan should be difficult. In today’s competitive market your needs are catered for by a large range of lenders offering suitable home and business finance.
Personal loans and debt consolidation
Consolidating your finances can be a handy solution if you are struggling with a number of repayments, such as your home loan, credit cards, or car loans.
Whether it’s a sports car, a family car, a caravan, motorbike or boat, not many of us have the cash on hand to buy a vehicle outright.
Financing a construction loan
Is it better to build or buy? There’s no right or wrong answer to this as it depends entirely on your personal circumstances and choice.
Low interest rates don't just mean it's a good time to buy a home
With interest rates remaining low, in the light of yet another announcement of ‘hold’ from the Reserve Bank, now remains a great time to take advantage of low interest rates.
Interest only, fixed or variable, or both?
Is it a good idea to fix your interest rate or keep it at a variable rate? This isn’t an easy question with a simple answer, and it depends entirely on your personal circumstances, your future expectations, and the various loan products and interest rates on offer at the time you take out your loan.